White House Correspondents Dinner: 10 Celebrities Taking Washington By Storm This Weekend

What do Donald Trump, model Chrissy Tiegen and Bradley Cooper have in common?

Each year, the commander-in-chief takes a night off from serious governing to poke fun at himself at the expense of the White House press corps and their celebrity guests.

Nerd Prom may not be the hottest social scene of the year, but the exclusive parties over the weekend and the annual dinner do have the most eclectic group of people mingling over hors d'oeuvres.

Here are a few of the biggest names to look out for:



Trump has floated the idea of running for the Oval Office many times and at the 2011 dinner said he was "honored" to be the butt of Obama's and Seth Meyers' jokes.


Leoni, star of "Madam Secretary," will be able to get pointers on her current role when she sits at the same table as former secretary of state Madeleine Albright.


Fonda most recently played a cable news company executive on HBO's "The Newsroom."



Dane is known to fans as "Dr. McSteamy" on ABC's long-running fan favorite "Grey's Anatomy."

The New England Patriot's head coach was at the White House earlier this week where he gave Obama a thumbs down for making a Deflate Gate joke.

Britton plays a country music superstar on ABC's "Nashville," and recently brought her son to the White House Easter Egg Roll.


The supermodel landed the cover of the 2014 swimsuit edition of "Sport's Illustrated" and is married to singer John Legend.

You know him as Cameron Tucker from the popular ABC sitcom "Modern Family" and Stonestreet has attended Nerd Prom in the past.